It's imagination on your part to think that "modern Christians" think C.S. Lewis is "part of the Bible's text". The Chronicles of Narnia contain well known Christian allegory. We understand allegorical concepts in religion that aren't data mined out of the Bible and regarded by their exact text. You almost answer your own question but can't quite land it. If Christians "only read perhaps 10% of the text" then obviously it's not as important to them as you keep rhetorically fluffing it up to be. Is the real point you're trying to make here that Christians are so ignorant, they just throw their beliefs on a book they've never read? If you want to find someone who takes their book seriously enough to read it, find a Muslim.
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What Is The Christian View On The Dinosaur?
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